The band, which features some of hip-hop’s biggest names, has performed in arenas, stadiums and festivals around the world.
Now it’s coming to Australia.
The band announced on Twitter that it has signed a new record deal with Universal Music Australia.
Here’s a look at the lineup: Michael Stanly Band.
The Ghost Band.
The band is comprised of some of the biggest names in hip-hoppers history, including MC Hammer, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, T.I., Lil Wayne, Young Thug, DJ Mustard and more.
The group has performed at stadiums around the globe including the Australian Parliament, Sydney Opera House and the Adelaide Oval, as well as the Sydney Opera house and Adelaide Oval.
Its debut album, Ghost Band: The Ghost Album, hit the Billboard 200 chart in September.
The album also earned three Grammy nominations including Best Rap Album.
In November, it was nominated for Album of the Year and Best Rap Performance at the Grammys.
The brand is the largest sports apparel brand in Australia and has been around since 2004.
Bandidas has played arenas around the country, from Sydney Opera Houses to Melbourne CBDs, including the Adelaide Football Stadium and the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The company was recently acquired by Nike, but the two companies have a history of feuding.
In July, Bandidas’ Australian CEO, Chris Sacca, was suspended from the company for alleged racism.
In August, Bandits Australian CEO Steve Williams said he had been approached by the Australian Anti-Discrimination Commission over a “racially insensitive” ad campaign.
Liam Neeso has played shows with some of Australian hip-hops greatest names, including DJ Mustards, Snoopy, Toni Braxton, Dr Dre, Drake, Young Noodles, Dr Paul, Snoope Dogg and more, including performing at stadiums including the Sydney Cricket Ground, Adelaide Oval and the National Stadium.
He was also a guest on The Late Show With David Letterman and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
The band has performed across Australia in venues including the Melbourne Opera House, Adelaide Stadium, Adelaide Cricket Ground and the Sydney Olympic Park.
The Band is set to play their first Australian festival on June 26, when they headline the Sydney Music Festival.